John Cena Reacts To Max Caster Mentioning Vince McMahon’s Retirement During AEW Dynamite Rap

4 months ago by Liam Winnard

John Cena Reacts To Max Caster Mentioning Vince McMahon’s Retirement During AEW Dynamite Rap AEW/WWE

John Cena has reacted to Max Caster mentioning Vince McMahon’s retirement during his rap on last night’s August 3 AEW Dynamite.

Before he and Anthony Bowens took on the Gunn Club in a tag team dumpster match, Caster’s pre-match rap included the following line:

“No filter, I ain’t Instagram,

“We’ll make the Ass Boys retire like Vince McMahon.”

Of course many people have compared Caster to an early-WWE-career Cena because of the rapping, which is something both of them have spoken quite openly about in the past, with Cena in particular being complimentary of Caster’s work.

It seems like Cena caught wind of Caster’s latest rap, as, in true Cena fashion, he took to Instagram soon after to post the following image with no caption:

 

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Caster’s latest comments about Cena only came a few days ago, with him saying that he didn’t like the comparisons at first because he wants to be the first Max Caster and not the ‘next John Cena’, but upon reflection, he’s realised he’s being compared to one of the greatest of all time, so it’s not exactly a bad thing in that sense.

Caster and Bowens, the Acclaimed, have become one of AEW’s most popular tag teams largely thanks to Caster’s raps, and they did pick up the win over the Gunn Club last night.

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